"The irony of grief is that the person whom you want to talk to about how you feel is the one who is no longer with you"
With a lot of pain in my heart, I want to let you know that I have lost my brother Eknath Atole on 3rd June2021 and within 15 days I lost my father on 17th June 2021 due to COVID-19.
My world has come crashing down, I am totally lost, I do not understand why or what wrong did my brother or my father do to leave this world so early.
This is an unimaginable loss. My father was a small farmer happy to go about his daily chores in the farm and a happy & content soul.
My brother Eknath is survived by his wife, 3 very young children and his mother. He was the sole earner of the family, so his family is in dire need of emotional and financial support.
I would like to thank each one of you who have supported in the cause till date. I request you to share this link with your friends and family to contribute towards this noble cause.
Initially I had created this fundraiser to cover their medical expenses, but now I request you to kindly contribute for providing financial assistance to the family and help secure education for his children so that they can become a responsible citizen like their father.
Each small contribution will help in easing their financial burden.
Pls do share and help!!
He is fighting his battle against COVID-19 because he has 3 small kids and a wife who are totally dependent on him, emotionally and financially. Eldest daughter is of age 10, second child is 7 years old while the youngest is only 1.5year old.
He is a simple down to earth person and was already trying his best to make both ends meet for his family.
He contracted this illness while getting his ailing father to Pune for advanced treatment of COVID-19. Now he as well as his dad are in the KEM hospital and fighting for their lives on ventilator.
Lets come together and help Eknath bear the medical expenses because he doesn't have any health insurance nor is he working at a high post to earn good income.
Request each one of you to pool in as much as you can to help my brother in this difficult times.